Hybrid labelling from RotoControl and Domino

RotoControl has signed a deal with Domino to develop a hybrid digital labelling solution by combining RotoControl’s DT-340 digital label finishing line with a Domino N610i narrow web inkjet printer. 

RotoControl and Domino have integrated their DT340 finishing line and N610i inkjet printers together.

The DT-340 is a modular solution that allows for multiple die cutting stations capable of running full or semi-rotary mode with simple changeover, as well as printing units, including rotary flexo and flatbed screen printing, plus lamination, cold foiling and hot stamping. It also offers label inspection and small roll programmable auto turret winding. It’s a servo-driven machine with an open architecture design that gives easy operator access to the web and integrated modules.

The N610i can run at 70mpm with 600dpi resolution. It can be configured with up to seven colours including opaque white, and Domino also offers UV95 ink set specifically for food packaging.

Jürgen Pflieger, marketing manager for Domino Germany, says that this combination will help customers win new business, adding: “With virtually unlimited printing and converting options, printers can produce complex labels on a wide range of materials and substrates for maximum flexibility and future-proofed production capabilities.”

It’s worth noting that RotoControl already works with Screen to sell the same DT340 finishing line alongside a Screen Truepress Jet 350UV inkjet label press, which I’ve covered here.

RotoControl, which is owned by EMT International, is planning grand openings at both of its new demo centres, in Siek in Germany, and in Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA, which sounds like an ambitious plan in the middle of a pandemic with many countries still experiencing the joys of lockdown. You can find more details on the DT340 from rotocontrol.com and on the N610i from domino-printing.com.





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